April 23, 2010

GeoTargeting Memorial Day Weekend - A Case Study

Short post for the day. My insulin levels case study is still ongoing; I just haven’t had much to say about it this week. Waiting for those links to take hold.

For now however I’m testing out another attempt at GeoTargeting San Diego with a very simple guide to Memorial Day Weekend in San Diego over on InfoBarrel.

This post obviously is to get a quick backlink to the article and posting it on IB I plan on taking advantage on their domain authority for quick indexing and ranking.

I’m curious how easy it will be to rank for this keyword which many local people will be searching for in about a month. This is just a test so I’ll report back later with the results.

I’d also like to encourage others to give GeoTargeting a try and let us know about it here in the comments.

In the future I’ll probably send at least 1 or 2 more links to the Memorial Day Weekend post to make sure it’s go some links going into the holiday. I’m also going to set up a single testing channel in Adsense to see what the conversion rate for this one article is out of curiosity.

Good luck with your Memorial Day idea posts.
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April 14, 2010

Another Insulin Level Case Study Update

It’s been a couple days since I last updated you on my SERP case study on “insulin levels”. In case you haven’t been following along take a look at my posts in order to follow the trail. I first posted on my intentions for this insulin levels case study then provided in insulin level case study update. I then discussed what double indexing is as it related to my case study followed by a short post on purple elephant bunny magic to illustrate double indexing. I also wanted to highlight Jade’s similar case study on silver bullion and related search terms as it is similar to what I am doing here on this blog.

Before I start off I wanted to show that the SERPs can easily be dominated with on-page SEO and backlinks. This is illustrated by the first page of the SERPs for the term “Purple Elephant Bunny Magic”. Jade and I have double indexed three times and occupy the top seven spots for the term and with very little work. Obviously there’s no competition for this term so it’s easy but if you can understand that as the competition increases all you need is more time and more backlinks. This isn’t rocket science.

What About My Insulin Levels Articles?

Now on to something with a little more commercial appeal: “How To Reduce Insulin Levels”. This term as I previously noted in part one of this series is not that commercial and has a little more competition than “purple elephant bunny magic” but obviously has a bit more potential income associated with it as people do indeed search for “insulin levels”.

Over the past two days since my last update my InfoBarrel article on reducing insulin levels has returned to the SERPs and just as I expected it now sits close to the top ten. To be more specific it is now sitting at 17 which is up from 28 just six days ago. I achieved this by posting a few backlinks to this article from here on this site as well as a few other backlink sources, and most recently posted a couple guest posts linking to it from ALA & Insulin Sensitivity, and from Citrus Peel Extract & Insulin Levels.

Also my Xomba article on reducing insulin levels has climbed up to the 11th spot with a few more backlinks and my eHow article on How To Lower Insulin Levels has climbed up to number 7 the heels of new backlinks from five backlinks one of which is this post on the Management of Insulin Levels.

Regarding my double indexing work; it hasn’t happened yet although I did get some love when my main blog article jumped up to the top spot, #1, while my other blog post remains in spot number 13. Hopefully my recent eZines on Insulin Resistance and Controlling Insulin Resistance will help the cause.

All in all I now have all five article in the top 17 spots in the SERPs and two in the top 7. See the pics below to marvel at my slow success in this endeavor.

Also, one last thing to note. I want you to realize what I’m doing here if you haven’t noticed already. I’m not always using exact keyword text as my anchor in my links. I vary it a little for most of them. This is significant because it helps build a broader influence on the article rather than focusing it on only one term. It also is more natural in structure and appears to be less of manipulative and spamy. After all, automated links will never be varied, they are all identical. You don’t want that.

In the coming days I’m going to add a few more links to the mix and start working on getting the last three of my articles onto the front page. I’m going to use a similar strategy as I’ve used thus far relying on a few more guest posts most likely.

Good luck to you all in creating your own residual income streams!
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April 12, 2010

Purple Elephant Bunny Magic

In my post this morning Jade informed me that I indeed was already ranked number one for Purple Elephant Bunny Magic. If you haven’t been following along this post kind of ties into my little series I have going on here on SERP placement, double indexing in Google, and of course, getting "purple elephant bunny magic" double indexed just to do it for fun.

My goal with this post is to really just kind of fill the page with miscellaneous banter about double indexing and SERP rank and to make plenty sure that I get this post indexed for the term purple elephant bunny magic. I will then take the term and link it to my last post on purple elephants (see above) and then take that post and link it back to this one on bunny magic using the same exact anchor text.

My goal here is to double index the term so that the millions of people search for purple elephant bunny magic every day will find this blog via these two posts and I can turn those visitors into a significant residual income stream for years to come. Not sure how I’ll do it with the term but hey; it’s all in good fun. :)
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Double Indexing Insulin Resistance

Regarding my recent case study on the search term “how to reduce insulin levels”, I wrote in my last post that I hoped to get double indexing for the term on my main blog. One of my readers, JadeDragon (who has decided to try a similar case study for the term “silver bullion producer” over at his blog) brought the question up of what is double indexing? I suppose I’ve never talked about double indexing here on this blog so I thought I’d explain it a little and provide a bit of an example.

Double Indexing
Simply speaking double indexing is when you search for a term and two pages appear for the same site on the first page of the SERPs one right after the other. This happens when two pages on the same site both individually rank well for the term and they are both pointing links at one another using essentially the same anchor text. See the picture below for an example of double indexing from my main blog.

As an example, the two sites I want to get double indexing for are my main post How To Reduce Insulin Levels in 15 Minutes and my other post on the many ways reduce insulin resistance naturally. If you were to look at both posts they each link to each other (among others) creating a circular reference. Also they both rank well for the search term “How To Reduce Insulin Levels” and so getting a double indexing “hopefully” is just a matter of time.

In my last post on this insulin level case study I showed how my main post ranked 3rd and the other post ranked 47th, well after posting links to those pages from my PostYourOwn article on Managing Insulin Levels, and from my eZine article on controlling insulin resistance these two blog posts now rank 2nd and 13th in the SERPs and should be much more likely to double indexed in the near future.

Anyway, to conclude this short post I’ll update the rest of my case study. I posted a few more articles over the past few days on insulin sensitivity (via a guest post), and managing insulin as well as a few others. These will all eventually move everything up the SERPs. Last night I had all five articles in the top 20 and right now I have two in the top 10, four in the top 20, and 1 which has seemingly dropped out of the SERPs totally. My InfoBarrel post on how to reduce insulin levels is currently MIA however this often occurs for short periods of time during the SERP placement phase. I expect it to come back probably close to the top 10 in a week or two at most.

Lastly please share if you are going for double indexing; these are fun experiments to watch and shoot for. And if you don’t have good SERP placement in the first place you can still experiment by simply going for a ridiculous phrase where there’s no competition. There may be no commercial value to the ranking but learning how it’s done may be worth it. Shoot for double indexing in something like “purple elephant bunny magic” or something equally ridiculous. I’m sure you can get the double index with that. :)
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April 7, 2010

Insulin Level Case Study Update

I really want to track this case study on reducing insulin levels closely and report back to you what’s going on. In my last post, yesterday detailing the beginning of this case study I linked to the articles in question and showed you where I was to start off and the post itself was actually a good helping hand in getting everything ranked because the post was on the topic of insulin levels and linked out with one-way dofollow links from a trusted PR3 site to each article I wanted to rank for.

In the last 24 hours some interesting things have happened. My eHow article on reducing insulin levels naturally is now on page one of Google along with my main article, How to Reduce Insulin Levels in 15 Minutes. My Xomba Bookmark on how to reduce insulin has moved up a bit on page two of Google. Also my brand new 1-day old article on InfoBarrel titled, How To Reduce Insulin Levels, which links out to the aforementioned articles is now found on page three of Google! It’s only a day old.

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Page 2

Page 3

I also went and edited my post on 11 ways to manage insulin levels (yesterday I was going to try to double index a different post – I switched it up a bit today in retrospect) so that it contains the exact term in the post a couple of times so that it will better rank for the term. By the way, this article is currently found on page 5 of Google for the keyword phrase. Because the keyword isn’t in the title ranking it will be a bit harder however if I go for a double indexing it may be easier than if the post was stand alone.

Page 5

So to get double indexing I went into both blog posts this morning and linked them back to each other using the exact keyword that I want to rank for as the anchor text. Basically both posts use the term “how to reduce insulin levels” to link to each other. Because they both are trusted for this term and rank individually for it they may end up getting double indexing and sit next to each other on page one. I’ll track this and let you know.

Anyway, today, I’m posting this blog post which again links out to all of them and I also posted a new article on GoArticles titled, How Exercise Affects Insulin Levels. This article is not supposed to rank but it does have to be related to the topic and indexed. Obviously it is related and hopefully this link to it will help it with indexing.

If you take a look at the article I used the exact anchor I want to rank for to link to both of my blog posts and to my Xomba article which is currently on page 2. With a little love from the SERPs I may just get double indexing and my Xomba article to page one in less than a month.

For good measure, I’m going to write a couple more articles today and get them posted to send a few more links at everything I want ranked. Again, I’ll update again real soon.

Lastly, remember that this is an easy term with little commercial value, that’s why this is a fairly easy task. It is a very interesting case study however because it is the basis for ranking anything. The difference is that other terms with more commercial value are simply harder to get and take more time and more links.

By the way, I’d love to hear of someone else trying to do a similar SERP rank case study. I’d happily follow along and help you out with a link. :)
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April 6, 2010

Case Study For Reducing Insulin Levels

It’s been a while since I did a good case study and this month I’m going to do a major one, an SEO Case Study On Reducing Insulin Levels in fact.

I routinely link to my main blog from this site and in the past I’ve discussed my goals for getting the site ranked for it’s main keywords associated with the title. If you haven’t gone through my archives you can read up a bit on that in my most recent post on the subject titled my SERP Rank Update.

As I obviously want my main blog keywords to rank well I also know that they don’t really command much commercial value. Unfortunately I started this site before I thought to do keyword research. Nevertheless I’ve always intended on developing this site into a large authority site that covers most of the health, longevity, and anti-aging niche so as I work on expanding my keyword authority for the main pages with related anchored links like, how to live a long life, I also am starting to rank many deep pages which have less to do with longevity and much more to do with general health.

I thought that by posting this case study for all eyes here on Earn Residual Income Online this would be a good way to do a few things. I would first be able to teach a bit about what I’m doing to others who haven’t given this much thought. It would also be a way for me to be very structured in developing a page of my main site. This would also be a good way to illustrate that ranking pages in InfoBarrel and making money on them is not that hard and now that eHow is changing so significantly many may wish to put more effort into using InfoBarrel for residual income. Lastly, posting this here helps with building backlinks to the pages involved in this case study.

Why Reducing Insulin levels?
One might guess that this search term is an awesome keyword but I would promptly say that it is not. It is actually just a marginal keyword that is slightly better than one might assume by looking at Adwords Keyword Tool. If you look at the tool you will see that my exact search term “how to reduce insulin levels” only gets about 73 searches per month at a CPC of $0.05. This screams run for the hills. Check out the picture and click it for a larger view.

Despite this however I know that this term gets a bit more than 73 searches per month and I know my clicks are better than that because I have a page that I published on my main blog in May of last year (when I had absolutely no idea what keyword targeting was). Additionally I had no idea that link-building helped an article rank better either but yet this page quickly became on of my blogs first successful pages because people were searching for this term.

Now I don’t want you to think this is an exceptional term because it isn’t. I've only got 112 uniques for this keyword in the past month.  Much better than 73 but hardly anything to pays the bills with.  For months now I’ve hovered in the top three of Google for this term (usually at number 1) and I currently reside in the number 3 spot for it. And even though you can’t get all the searches at number one I’m still getting a good amount of traffic using this search term. See pics.

In fact I didn’t even think to go back and link build for this page for a long time simply because I was already at number one and didn’t expect much out of the page. Early this year or so I decided maybe it was worth backlinking this post anyway because there was obviously more traffic for this term that Adwords suggested and I threw up a few backlinks to the site from: Manage Insulin Levels And Live Longer, How Does Insulin Resistance Develop, The Pancreas and Insulin Production, and Lower Blood Glucose Levels.

I then posted a backlink to the article from Xomba on February 25, using the exact same keyword for the title, How To Reduce Insulin Levels, and then I posted an article on eHow on April 2 with essentially the same keyword, How to Reduce Insulin Levels Naturally. With no backlinking both of these two posts are sitting on page 2 of Google demonstrating that not only is there more traffic for the word but it’s also very easy to rank for. See pic.

What about earnings though. Adwords says the estimated CPC is only $0.05, well again this is not accurate as I can tell from my original post on my blog in May 2008. It’s not like I’m getting tons of money from this but I am getting an acceptable CPC for an un-researched search term, probably in the vicinity of around .40-.50 per click. Why is that you may wonder. It’s because (as far as I understand) the term contains the keyword “insulin levels” which is a commercial term with 1,300 visitors a month and estimated CPC over $1. See pic.

This basically means that though I can’t rank for the good term I can still get the ads for the good term for a long-tail of it which gets a small amount of searches per month. And because the term isn’t that hard to rank for it should be a fairly easy way to make a few bucks... assuming you all don’t go out there and try to outrank me for it. :)

Anyway, because my three articles for this search term ranking in the top 20 all stand on their own, meaning none of them are passing link juice on to the others I feel that there shouldn’t be any problem in getting all three of them on the first page of Google, and possibly four or five. How?

First of all one of my articles, How to Reduce Insulin Levels, the one that has been fluctuating between number 1-3, can easily pass link juice onto another one of my related blog posts, 11 Ways To Reduce Insulin Levels, which is also currently ranking well for the same term, and I might be able to get double indexing for it if I play my cards right. Also, if I write an article in InfoBarrel and have it send dofollow backlinks to all three of the current articles ranking for this keyword then maybe I could get the Xomba and eHow article ranking on page 1 as well.

Today I went and published How To Reduce Insulin Levels on Infobarrel and linked it to the Xomba article and the eHow article. Indirectly the Xomba article has the potential to push visitors through the URL to my main blog page as well because it is a Xomba Bookmark. The IB article has been live for less than a day and it’s already indexed. Keep this in mind guys, InfoBarrel is a quality site with quick indexing.

If you take a look at the following pictures you can see what I did to the Infobarrel article to give it proper on-page SEO, I used the exact keyword title, used the exact keyword a few times in the article with two of them linking the exact anchor text over to my other articles ranking for this keyword and then used variations of the exact keyword in the tags and throughout the article. Check it out. Note the related articles on the right of the InfoBarrel article screen if you head over to the actual article; they’re virtually all mine rigth now so they all pass link juice to one another.

In the coming days I’m going to throw up a few backlinks at this IB article as well as the Xomba and eHow articles and my Insulin Levels and Vitamin K blog post and I’m going to see if I can get all 5 money making articles of mine on page 1 of Google for this keyword over the next month. I honestly don’t know if I can or if it’s worth the effort but it certainly would be cool to see if I can.

Wish me luck and I will definitely provide updates throughout the month.

You can always help out the cause by sending me an anchored link too. Wink, wink.
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April 5, 2010

Residual Income Online – March 2010

Introducing Quarterly Income Reports
As I stated in my last residual income stream report for the month of February I am going to switch to a model of breaking down my numbers on a quarterly basis from hence forth. Considering this is the first week of April this will obviously be my Q1 2010 report and I must say that March was great. It was by far my best month ever for residuals and it certainly proved that my backlinking work paid off. Incidentally it also showed how significant the eHow UK bug was impacting eHow earnings as my earnings there increased a ton over February.

EHow WCP No Longer Accepting Articles
I’ll have touch on this again I’m sure in another post. I like to be comprehensive and not piece things together but today I logged into eHow and found that they are no longer signing up new members to the eHow writer’s Compensation Program and are phasing out new article publication for existing members over the next week. This essentially means that my 82 published articles there will no longer get any bigger. Not that I’ve been on any torrent for publishing there since about September but I’ve enjoyed inching the number up every month. It is quick money for each published article if you know what to write about.

What is currently clear is that to continue publishing to eHow we will all have to sign up with Demand Studios and agree to their Terms Of Service which are a bit different than eHow’s current TOS. Most notably in my book is that all earnings will be very similar… and writers will not retain ownership of their articles on the new publishing platform. This is not that big a deal if you never move you’re articles around like me but for many it is a big deal. People want to retain ownership of their work not give it away especially since there are so many places they can publish while retaining ownership rights.

Anyway, I will at least be satisfied that my current will continue making money just as they have before especially now that they are earning so much every month compared to months past. As for Demand Studios, I will give them a shot for a good 10 articles or so and see what I think. I don’t move articles around the web so ownership rights aren’t that big a deal to me but I like knowing that the option is available. Also, I’m not convinced the earning pace is as good at DS but that is merely pessimistic speculation.

For more on the migration for eHow writers to Demand Studios follow along Crunchy Data’s Residual Income Content Writer blog as she cover’s these situations very thoroughly as demonstrated by her coverage of the eHow UK fiasco. You can also look at Write For eHow’s post: Changes At eHow.

eHow Residual Income Report
Despite the constant drama at eHow I have had by far my best month ever there for residual income. As the pace for earnings there accelerated in February they continued to accelerate in March as the lingering problem of eHow UK continued to fade and as the gradual increase in backlinks to my articles expanded. Last month I stated that my raw earnings and earning pace (residual income per 1000 page views) were the best they’ve ever been at eHow, well March topped both of those numbers from February easily.

My eHow earnings stats for March 2010 are below:
  • 80 published articles earned at a combined rate of $14.05 per 1,000 PV – up from $11.78 in February. Last month I stated that the $11.78/1000 PV to be a rebound due to the fixing of the eHow UK bug. This month I am led to believe that the rebound has continued to take effect. Possibly the bug fix occurred in a rolling manner slowly taking affect to my articles in small bunches. March must have had most if not all of my articles fixed as my earning pace was so high compared to February or any other month for that matter.
  • Page views for my published articles expanded month over month by 28 percent. More page views earning at a faster pace has led to a remarkable increase in this particular residual income stream.
  • 80 percent of my earnings came from 23 percent of my articles – up from 22 percent in February. – Always pleased to have this number higher.
  • 20 percent of my earnings came from 48 percent of my articles – up from 36 percent in February.
  • 30 percent of my articles had no earnings at all – down from 42 percent in February. – Last month I wanted to see this number drop down into the 30s, looks like I got my wish and almost some more; 20’s next month maybe?
  • Overall, 9 percent of my published articles have never earned a penny (7 articles). This is a slight improvement from last month. Additionally I feel moving these articles will be too much effort than it is worth. We’ll see if they ever earn anything. If they don’t then no big deal.

My eHow Earnings Pace
08-2009 - $8.84 per 1000 PV
09-2009 - $9.76 per 1000 PV
10-2009 - $10.19 per 1000 PV
11-2009 - $10.25 per 1000 PV
12-2009 - $10.41 per 1000 PV
01-2010 - $8.30 per 1000 PV
02-2010 - $11.78 per 1000 PV
03-2010 - $14.05 per 1000 PV

I’m curious where this pace will settle at. I can’t imagine it will keep going up every month though it would be nice. :)

Of all the paces that I write for InfoBarrel was the one that really took the back seat in the month of March. During the month I was immersed in my Xomba Bookmarks Experiment and because of two different vacations and routine backlinking work I do I barely participated on InfoBarrel at all. Despite that I was pleased to see my raw earnings there rise month over month to an all time high for me, my earnings pace declined a bit month over month, and lastly my visitors increased month over month to an all time high for me. All three things combined led to notably higher income. No crazy big increase but nice nevertheless.

Ironically I made some comments on the forum over there and possibly here on this blog that my pace there was less than I would have expected early in the month but they rebounded quite nicely. The first week or so was really slow I guess. Possibly this was just random chance at play.

At the end of March I had posted 123 articles, only two higher than the month prior. I should also note that I have a good handful of additional articles posted on IB on different accounts which are not tied to my Adsense code. I use these articles for links only, not for earnings. I don’t want to water down my Adsense account with articles with no potential to earn. In the future I may develop this topic a bit more but not now.

My InfoBarrel Earnings Stats and Pace
Dec 2009 - 90 posts - Earnings Per 1000 Search Visitors $14.61
Jan 2010 - 110 posts - Earnings Per 1000 Search Visitors $15.33
Feb 2010 - 121 posts - Earnings Per 1000 Search Visitors $16.99
Mar 2010 - 123 posts - Earnings Per 1000 Search Visitors $14.77

Now that eHow is out of the picture I will slowly start refocusing my efforts here. In fact I just joined The Keyword Academy and will be doing some experimenting here on IB as I try some of their tips. I have yet to delve into Self-Hosted niche blogs on Wordpress but will use some of my experiments on InfoBarrel to start this plan off. A lot of what is said on the Keyword Academy is known by many but for Wordpress blogs they have a great system for supporting all the members with good backlinks. The membership fee may be worth it for this reason alone. We’ll see.

Wow, that was a tangent. Anyway, you can read more about the Keyword Academy from Lis at Passive Income Online who finally convinced me to join. Hurry, time’s running out for the low cost membership as their prices are rising this month on the 6th. As an aside I’ll say many of my experiments won’t be on my main IB account as these will be experiments for niche sites that I’ll be putting together in the future. I will however add the IB stats together for these quarterly income reports however.

I’m not going to say much here on Xomba as I recently posted a major update on my one-month mark on my Xomba Bookmarks Experiment. I closed the month out with a small earnings spurt there though it wasn’t much. I only earned around $10 at Xomba for the month but I guess this has the potential to rise in the future. We’ll see. Since all earnings here are exactly my Adsense stats and it’s against TOS to share this info I’ll say that my earnings pace has dropped off what I experienced through the first 10 days of March considerably however the conversion rate of Adsense page views to clicks is still the best of all my properties online. Unfortunately it’s tough to get Adsense page views there because of the 50/50 split and due to the brevity of 50-100 word Blurbs / Bookmarks.

Nevertheless, I’ll take my $10 and see what happens in April. I will continue to post Bookmarks on Xomba but will slow my pace considerably. I’m pushing 279 Bookmarks there in roughly 44 days; I see 300+ by month end but 500 is a long time off compared to what I expected from this site a month ago. I hope things get better there though because I like the site quite a bit for what it is.

My Longevity Blog & Other Niche Sites
As we all know my main residual income blog is my Longevity blog which focuses on teaching you how to live a long life. Like the anchored backlink there? :) This site is my bread and butter and will be so pretty much for ever as far as I can tell. It is hosted on Blogspot and thus my only costs associated with it are the domain registration fees every year. My earnings for this site have been expanding greatly month over month this year as I’ve noted in my last residual income report in March for February.

I had a problem with this blog for a while in that most of the traffic to the site was coming from Google to a page that got PSA ads. I kept tweaking the page and couldn’t switch the ads over so I just took them off the page completely and moved on. Because of this my Adsense page views dropped but my Adsense page views became more efficient and my site’s CTR and earnings per 1000 Ad page views increased remarkably.

I’ve also done some extensive backlinking on many of the pages with more backlinking currently happening. As a result my SERP ranking is getting much better for all my other pages and the entire site is performing so much better. I will continue backlinking this site from InfoBarrel, Post Your Own Articles, and many Article Directories as I’ve described time and again and in great detail in my ultimate guide to residual income. For the month of March my search traffic was the most it has ever been to the site and my earnings per search visitor are as high as it’s ever been by a long shot. I expect the trend of increasing earnings and increasing the sites earning pace to continue into April.

Ironically, one of my vacations this month allowed me to work on a niche site that I have had dormant for over a year. When I built the site (blog) it was just a personal site that happened to be a niche topic. Well, I worked on it during a weeklong vacation in March with no purpose in making money on it but I did anyway. It seems that once you learn how to make residual income online you can’t stop even when you aren’t trying. I will continue expanding on this site little by little in the future and possibly optimizing some of my older posts. I’m not sure what kind of money this can make but because it’s personal and something I did before I was looking to make money online I will continue working on it for enjoyment and take the residuals as an added bonus.

Similarly, I will slowly introduce some niche sites into my arsenal of online properties which follow the Keyword Academy model and in time I will discuss these a bit. But for now there’s nothing in place yet.

Overall Online Residual Income Stream
Overall my online residual income streams have expanded greatly in March over February. Everything was up month over month in raw earnings and most were up on the pace as well as the search visitors and ad page views. Below you can see the graph for my residual income goal. Remember there is no published number what the long term goal is other than it is a duplication of my day job income. My long term goal is to make as much online as I do at the office. Of course you don’t know how much I make at the office so that keeps things at least a little vague.

Last month I had achieved 2.81 percent of my long term goal; March I achieved 4.83 percent of my long term goal for an overall increase in residual income online of 71.5 percent month over month. Nice.

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You can also take a look at my past residual earning recaps if you care to here and I’ll recap once again in about three months. In between however you’ll get nuggets here and there. Good luck everyone and work hard. That’s how it’s done.
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